GenCyber Cybersecurity Camp

JULY 11 - 22, 2022 ELIGIBLE FOR FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS K-12 Cybersecurity Academy is an innovative and exciting summer program aiming to engage high school students and teachers in cybersecurity learning activities. This is the first GenCyber summer camp—supported by National Security Agency— in large central Florida. Students will…... Read More

Summer Precollege Scholars Program for High School Students

The UF Center for Precollegiate Education and Training (CPET) Precollege Scholars program allows students to take non-credit courses in special topics taught by University of Florida graduate students. We offer a wide variety of courses in STEM, the humanities, and more. Precollege Scholars courses are taught by graduate students who…... Read More

Frontiers of AI and IoT – UF Internal Faculty Workshop

Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) and their convergence with Internet of Things (IoT) are transforming many fields of study. We welcome UF faculty to present their scholarship in a UF interdisciplinary faculty workshop to understand issues in organizations that provide AI services and industries that adopt AI/IoT. Read More

National Science Foundation’s Scholarship for Service Program

The goal of the program is to recruit, educate, and train a diverse workforce of individuals interested in taking on the task of securing government agencies from cybersecurity and information technology system threats. Students from traditionally underrepresented populations, including women and minority populations, are strongly encouraged to apply. Read More

1st Working Group Meeting on Logic Locking and Anti-Trojan Solutions, colocated with DAC 2019

It will be the first of the two Working Group Meetings on Logic Locking and Anti-Trojan Solutions, sponsored by DARPA. The goal of this meeting is to bring together members from academia, industry and government to discuss current challenges and needs in obfuscation and Trojan countermeasures; identify promising research directions in these areas; and suggest appropriate actions for the DoD enterprise. Read More

2nd Working Group Meeting on Logic Locking and Anti-Trojan Solutions, colocated with ICCAD 2019

This will be the second of the two Working Group Meetings on Logic Locking and Anti-Trojan Solutions. The goal of this meeting is to bring together members from academia, industry and government to discuss current challenges and needs in obfuscation and Trojan countermeasures; identify promising research directions in these areas; and suggest appropriate actions for the DoD enterprise. Read More